Without a coronavirus vaccine, a herd immunity strategy would simply lead to thousands of unnecessary deaths.
Second-generation migrants in Britain report more discrimination.
The question is: how long will Rishi Sunak last?
To ensure its energy security and influence in the Gulf region, the United Kingdom will likely deepen its relations with GCC nations in a post-Brexit world.
How the public ranks different post-Brexit trade partners and which sections of the economy they prioritise.
Boris Johnson has proposed the public 'bung a bob for a Big Ben bong' to commemorate Brexit.
Brexit represented British voters' desire to reclaim more control over their economic future, but some worry the cost will be some of the prosperity gained from globalization.
Research consistently finds that immigration has little, if any, impact on the employment prospects of UK-born workers. But it doesn't account for possible regional variations.
Public opinion is likely to pose an additional constraint to Boris Johnson's attempts to strike post-Brexit trade deals.
Before we declare the end of austerity, it is important to explore what exactly austerity was – and remind ourselves of the terrible toll it has had on many people's lives.
Promises in the Tory manifesto on the NHS fall well short of what is needed.
A more generous pledge than last time, but how will it play out in reality?
The manifesto is perhaps unsurprisingly dominated by the big picture, with the economic emphasis on nationalisation and climate change.
In the UK today, the term 'craft beer' has so many associations that there's a danger it may end up meaning nothing at all.
Restoring Britain's woodlands and peatlands isn't just a utopian dream.
Monitoring the timing of recurring biological events is key to understanding the effects of climate change.
There were 590,000 incidents of assaults and threats on shop workers in 2018.
It's not all about the economics – people's sense of well-being may help explain anti-immigration attitudes.
With Brexit and another general election on the horizon, these spending plans are highly likely to change.
The U.K. prime minister sought to suppress Parliamentary opponents, saying he – not they – represents the will of the British people. It put Queen Elizabeth II in a real bind.